Silent Communication, Part V

Silent Communication, Part V The handshake can convey a strong personality, courtesy, empathy, enthusiasm, respect

Silent Communication, Part IV

Silent Communication, Part IV What we silently say with our fingers and hands can communicate anger or agreement

Silent Communication – Part III

Silent Communication – Part III A review of arms — from the ‘self-hug’ to the ‘at ease’ positions

Silent Communication: Part II

Silent Communication: Part II Getting a leg up on one aspect of meeting management at the parish level

Silent Communication - Part I

Silent Communication - Part I Priest will want ‘unspoken words’ to convey the correct message

Before You Answer the Door (Part IV)

Before You Answer the Door (Part IV) Other options available to parishes to respond to needs for tuition assistance

Before You Answer the Door (Part III)

Before You Answer the Door (Part III) Is the parishioner in a financial crisis or in a priority crisis?

Before You Answer the Door (Part II)

Before You Answer the Door (Part II) Some solutions for pastors wanting to assist people in need

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